Instead of a traditional vanity, this cottage style bedroom makes clever use of a Parsons desk for both working on a laptop as well as for putting on makeup. Flower sculptures play across the wall, adding femininity and charm, ensuring that this work area is anything but dull.
Talk about a short commute, and who needs an expensive wardrobe when you can work in your PJs? This unused closet was transformed into an attractive home office with the help of a few shelves and wallpaper.
Gold and white floral removable wallpaper breathes instant life into this standard dorm room desk. The chair is dressed up with a plush throw blanket and multicolored accent pillow. Cute notebooks and school supplies add color and pattern making them useful and decorative.
Texture and color keep the eye roaming in the HGTV Dream Home 2010 home office, where a dining table doubles as a work-station. A wall of industrial-style étagères provide for both art display and storage. Reclaimed teak-wood sculptures placed atop lacquered display pedestals connect the room to outdoor spaces.
A wood countertop continues out from the kitchen to create an eat-in area with built-in wine storage underneath. White and light wood elements keep the space bright and simple. Burnt orange barstools pull up to the counter to provide seating for dining or working. Fruit and flowers add color to the space.
In this home office, which has gorgeous dark wood floors, a wood desk is paired with a built-in shelving unit, used to display two yellow vases, several books, a framed picture and other accessories. A midcentury modern white chair offers a place to sit.
Before the remodel, TV trays acted as makeshift computer desks in the living room. Chip Wade, host of HGTV's Elbow Room and Curb Appeal, upgraded the family’s office space with this custom, swivel-arm desk for two. The desktops swing out, allowing Mom and Dad to face the family while they work. The desks tuck back into the wall when computer work (or play) is done.